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Table 5 Hierarchical regression analysis for predicting anxiety and depression symptoms by exposure to stress (N = 378)

From: The relationship between stress, trait emotional intelligence and mental health amongst Gaza’s basic-year medical students during the COVID-19 outbreak

  Anxiety symptoms Depression symptoms
Univariate Multivariate Univariate Multivariate
B [95% CI] B [95% CI] B [95% CI] B [95% CI]
Gender 1.22 [.297, 2.15]* 1.04 [.198, 1.88]* .656 [−.477, 1.78] .278 [−.679, 1.23]
Study level .368 [−.185, .922] .133 [−.389, .615] .115 [−.555, 0.785] −.224 [−.794, 0.345]
Academic level −1.06 [−1.79, −.342]* −.162 [−.846, .523] −1.63 [−2.05, −.760]*** −.390 [−1.16, .386]
ARS .219 [.154, .284]*** .123 [.015, .231]* .291 [.213, .369]*** .114 [−.021, .249]
IRS .214 [.132, .297]*** .090 [−.006, .186] .231 [ .131, .332]*** .002 [−.107, .111]
TLRS .264 [.160, .369]*** −.032 [−.182, .117] .463 [.342, .585]*** .268 [.084, .459]**
SRS .290 [.158, .422]*** −.047 [−.213, .118] .323 [.162, .483]*** −.203 [−.410, .005]
DRS .422 [.265, .580]*** .101 [−.069, .272] .632 [.446, .819]*** .320 [.109, .531]**
GARS .496 [.327, .664]*** −.032 [−.240, .175] .654 [.452, .855]*** −.106 [−.341, 0.129]
Stress (total) .079 [.057, .100]***   .105 [.079, .131]***  
Trait EI −.161 [−.196, −.126]*** −.135 [−.174, −.097]*** −.232 [−.272, −.192]*** −.198 [−.241, −.155]***
R2   .254   0.586
Adjusted R2   .234   0.343
  1. ***p < .001
  2. **p < .01
  3. *p < .05